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Tech gifts for your pet

Your beloved pets might not understand the concept of holidays or gift-giving, but just like us humans, they love getting treats and toys to play with. And as anyone with a fuzzy family member will tell you, there’s nothing weird at all about buying gifts…

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Tech gifts for $50 or less

They say “it’s the thought that counts,” but let’s be honest: money talks. An extravagant iPad Air 2, blistering gaming computer, or OLED TV is a guaranteed gift victory. So if you’re an adulterous man trying to reclaim the trust of the lover you…

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Tech Gifts for the Adventurer

From durable-yet-lightweight fabrics to hot plates that recharge your cell phone, tech is finding its way into outdoors gear. Yes, you’re supposed to be communing with nature, not your gadgets – but we think some well-chosen tech can make a trip even…

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Goodbye fitness bands: Soon, motion sensors will be woven right into our clothes

XelfleX could be the technology to make smart clothing attractive, useful, and cheap. It uses fiber optic threads to monitor body movement, and the possible uses range from sports training to injury recovery.

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Stretch your muscles, not your budget with the new FitStar Yoga app

FitStar now has a standalone yoga app that offers fully customizable workouts that won't stretch your budget. FitStar Yoga is free to download from the iTunes App Store, and an annual subscription costs $40.

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Tech gifts for the frequent traveler

Have a frequent traveler on your list? While you may not be able to give them the gift of a vacation, you can supply them with a few items that will help them enjoy their next trip a lot more. (Need more travel gift ideas? Check out .)

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Tech Gifts for the Athlete

The advent of constant digital monitoring has made “just doing it” a thing of the past for most athletes. Now, doing it without capturing the biometrics and sick video to show off on YouTube is like not doing it at all. And besides capturing bragging…

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Wrists are so yesterday: You wear this activity tracker round your neck

The Fineck is an activity tracking neckband that's all about micro-fitness. This means in concentrates on improving a specific area of your body - in this case, the neck - using special movements, exercises, and mini games.

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Your body is the next gadget battlefield, and every company wants the wrist

The battlefield in the war for ecosystem dominance will play out on the battlegrounds that are our bodies. For the moment, the stakes are pretty low.

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ESPN to debut live player tracking during MLS Cup

Tomorrow's MLS Cup 2014 match between the Los Angeles Galaxy and the New England Revolution is the last of Landon Donovan's career, and ESPN is rolling out some new player tracking technology too.

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Get your fix for pigskin play with this NFL live stream watch guide

The NFL season is well under way. Here's our guide on how to stream live football games online.

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Runtastic’s new app is all about that bass

Rutnastic already has a wide variety of fitness apps that target specific parts of the body, but now they've moved to the backside with the all new Runtastic Butt Trainer, available for Android and iOS devices.

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The Pursuit gamifies exercise by pitting you against your spin-class peers

You may sweat during an intense game of Call of Duty, but it’s nothing like this. The Pursuit upgrades boring spin classes with real-time leaderboards and other digital twists that spice up exercise with a little gaming.

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Asking Santa for a smartwatch this year? You may want to think twice

Plenty of folks may want to gift or buy a smartwatch over the holidays — and for good reason. But once again, we find ourselves asking the same question: is now the right time to buy a smartwatch?

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